"While quantum computers are still a ways from becoming a standard component of government IT, that they will eventually get there seems no longer in doubt. D-Wave Systems, a Canadian company, is trying to get ahead of that trend with a U.S. subsidiary specifically targeting sales of its systems to the American government.
Historically, explained Bo Ewald, president of D-Wave Systems U.S., around half of the high-performance computing market has been in the United States, with the dominant customer being the federal government -- mainly the intelligence and classified agencies. He expects the model for D-Wave sales to follow that." Read the whole article at GCN.